OPPE and FPPE are mainstays in the privileging process, but they're anything but cut and dry. In today's evolving healthcare industry, medical staff leaders and MSPs often encounter scenarios that don't fit squarely into evaluation frameworks, such as telehealth providers, low-volume practitioners, and the growing ranks of advanced practice professionals. With a myriad of factors at play, it can be difficult to take the proper steps to ensure effective peer review.
The Complete Guide to OPPE and FPPE is your comprehensive guide to navigating today's OPPE and FPPE landscape, and a handy companion to The OPPE Toolbox and The FPPE Toolbox. Authors Juli Maxworthy, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, CPHQ, CPPS, CHSE, and Evalynn Buczkowski, RN, BSN, MS, shed light on the industry's most pressing questions about hard-to-evaluate practitioners, data aggregation, effective reporting strategies, and more. Plus, customizable forms make for a seamless transition from education to application.
With a healthy blend of practical guidance on core OPPE and FPPE concepts and targeted strategy on specific pain points, The Complete Guide to OPPE and FPPE is a must-have for medical staff veterans and newcomers alike.
This book will help you:
- Evaluate and strengthen existing OPPE/FPPE approaches
- Integrate, evaluate, and share meaningful performance data
- Understand confusing OPPE/FPPE scenarios
- Prepare for the future of OPPE/FPPE
Table of Contents
Introduction: Why Are OPPE and FPPE Still Such Challenges?
Section 1: Revisiting Your Strategies for OPPE and FPPE
Processes and Policies for Ensuring Successful OPPE and FPPE Programs
The Critical Role of Strong Communication
OPPE, FPPE, and Emerging Legal Concerns
Section 2: Selecting Data
Performance Indicators for OPPE and FPPE
Establishing Performance Thresholds and Benchmarks
Use of Databases for Sharing Information
Section 3: Evaluating OPPE and FPPE Results
Designing Practitioner-Friendly Reports
Delivering Reports to Practitioners
Section 4: Specific Challenge Areas
Locum Tenens and Temporary Privileges
Advanced Practice Professionals
Section 5: The Future of OPPE/FPPE
Simulation and Other Tools
Evolution and Expansion of Standards
Unified, Integrated Medical Staffs